Most popular blog posts of 2013
Keeping a blog interesting and of value to its readers is certainly not the faint-hearted and while I have failed to pen this digital paper as frequently as I would have liked this year, I can only hope that your visits here have proved as rewarding for you as they have been for me.
Here’s what you found most interesting on this blog over the past twelve months (at least in terms of the number of views):
- A broader view of Online Reputation Management
- Lessons from HMV, Mannings and other social media meltdowns
- How to minimise social media marketing risks
- 12 principles for responding to negative online comments
- Laneige: pandering to the social media mob?
- Asians are the world’s most social consumers
- New: social media and online reputation skills workshops
- Death of the ‘social media crisis’
- Exposing Olympus: a case study in governance and public relations
- #AskBG and the perils of not framing hashtags
And here’s where you have been visiting from:
- Hong Kong
Thank you for your time, enthusiasm and feedback to date.
Hopefully, I can persuade you to re-visit these shores going forward.
If there’s anything you’d like to see me write about, please do let me know.
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